WATCH: Zverev reacts to beating Murray

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Andy Murray went crashing out of the Australian Open on Sunday, ending any hopes of the world number one winning in Melbourne for the first time.

The man who accounted for Murray was inspired German Mischa Zverev.

The 29-year-old overcame the top-seed 7-5, 5-7, 6-2, 6-4 in the second major shock of the tournament after Novak Djokovic was sent packing earlier in the week.

Here, Zverev explains his delight at victory in his post-match on-court interview.
Can Zverev go all the way and now Djokovic and Murray are out, who else is in contention to claim the trophy?


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IN PICS: Five early exits for Murray after Aus Open shock

World No. 1 Sir Andy Murray crashed out of the Australian Open after a shock loss to German Mischa Zverev on Sunday.

Murray was looking to add to his three Grand Slam titles, but his pursuit of a maiden Australian Open title will have to wait another year after Zverev's 7-5 5-7 6-2 6-4 win.

It is Murray's earliest exit at a Grand Slam since the 2015 US Open, when he lost in the fourth round to Kevin Anderson.

Murray had looked well on course for a fourth Grand Slam after breezing through the first three rounds, and his hopes were boosted by Novak Djokovic's shock second-round loss, but the Scot has instead joined his great rival in crashing out at Melbourne. Sport360 looks at other occasions where Murray has made early exits at big tournaments since 2008. Share with us your thoughts by commenting below, using #360fans on Twitter or getting in touch via Facebook.

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Aus Open training day with Caroline Wozniacki

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Caroline Wozniacki takes us behind-the-scenes of her Australian Open preparations with an open training session.

The 26-year-old tells the tournament's cameras how she prepares and who travels with her in order to keep her in shape.

Wozniacki prides herself on her fitness, saying she is "one of the fittest players on tour", something Wozniacki believes she is best known for.

What do you make of Wozniacki's training and her ultimately early exit at the hands of Britain's Johanna Konta?
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